DogemonGo announces the launch of metaverse landlord NFT on Solana – Cointelegraph


Dubai, Nov 12, 2021 – (ACN Newswire) – DogemonGo, a Solana and Binance Smart Chain augmented reality (AR) mobile game platform, will soon launch a metaverse Landlord nonfungible token (NFT), which allows players to earn rewards from anyone who comes into the owned territory while playing. A user can purchase them as a Dogemon Trainer within their app with DOGO credits and trade them on Solsea, their newest Solana partner and the leading NFT ecosystem.

Within DogemonGo, you locate, capture, train and battle virtual creatures called Dogemons. It combines the popular Dogecoin (DOGE) token along with DOGO, a credit score and token earned by consistent gameplay.

The inclusion of augmented reality creates a unique platform community interaction in a metaverse experience in which a user feels like they are inside the game trying to catch Dogemons in real life. 


The synergy of the Solsea partnership

The NFT partnership — slated to launch in Q4 of 2021 — celebrates the metaverse meme culture within a virtual environment where community members will be able to trade, collect and have fun with DogemonGo NFTs. Together, DogemonGo and Solsea are set on building a virtual ecosystem to interact and transact with the Landlord NFTs at a low cost. 

“The DogemonGo and Solsea partnership makes sense because both have achieved a huge success with DogemonGo achieving 150,000 registered users since starting August this year,” says Kate, CEO of DogemonGo.

We are excited to bring new people from the gaming community into the crypto ecosystem in a fun, easy-to-understand ecosystem of collectibles and trading NFTs. 

About DogemonGo

Established in 2021, DogemonGo is part of the metaverse play-to-earn cryptocurrency economy. The project was created by Frozen Limited. The aim is to introduce people to the world of crypto with a fun and exciting game to play. 

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